3D Printing News Briefs: June 8, 2019


In this week’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re talking about partnerships, new software and buildings, and a neat 3D printed miniature. Together, Evolve Additive Solutions and Evonik are. View the entire article via our website.

WATCH: the 3D printed soft robots working their way into medicine

3D Printing Industry

Early-stage experiments at North Carolina State University (NCSU) have yielded a new class of 3D printed smart material. At present, the 3D printed smart material is shown mimicking the movement of a water […].

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3D Printing News Sliced: NASA, NCSU, EOS and the solar eclipse

3D Printing Industry

This features: NASA, NURBS, RangeVision 3D scanners, the University of Southern Denmark, MVJ College of Engineering, Fracktal Works, EOS, North Carolina State University, Shiro Studio, Gloria Material Technology Corp, Thermal Technology LLC, JJ Churchill, HK3D, Sintavia, Chris […]. Today in Sliced we have an update on the latest 3D printing developments in research, business, engineering, medicine and design.

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Metal 3D printing moves toward more realistic prosthesis for amputees

3D Printing Industry

Computer aided design (CAD) and the cost of materials means that. prosthesis prosthetic device Sam Abumoussa University of North Carolina3D printed artificial limbs are popular projects for makers and organizations around the globe. Medical & Dental arcam artificial limbs bones David Ruppert Denis Marcellin-Little DMLS ebm electron beam melting implants Laurence Dahners medical devices NC State University Ola Harrysson Paul Weinhold.

3D Printing News Briefs: March 23, 2019


We’ve got plenty of business news to share in this week’s 3D Printing News Briefs, but first we’ll start off with something fun – the winners have been announced for this. View the entire article via our website.

MIT peel-and-go 3D printed electronics assemble without added water

3D Printing Industry

Materials 3D printed electronics 4d printing Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory CSAIL David S. Baldo Michael Dickey MIT NC State North Carolina State University Ryan C. 3D printing with added time, i.e. “4D printing”, is an industry trend bringing about self-actuating and assembling objects that could one day bring improvements to areas of construction, clothing and wearable tech.

NC State Researchers Successfully 3D Print Metallic Glass Alloys in Bulk


Amorphous metal, or metallic glass, is a solid metal material with a disordered atomic-scale structure, not dissimilar to conventional glass. The material is not like the glass you see in windows, View the entire article via our website.

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Carbon Co-Founder and CEO Recognized with Heinz Award for Contributions to Technology, the Economy, Employment


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NC State Researchers Look to the Structural Stability of Sand Castles to Develop New 3D Printing Method for Silicon Paste


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3D Printing News Briefs: May 19, 2017


Happy Friday! In this week’s second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, Metalysis joins an international alloy technology partnership and CRP USA is exhibiting its WINDFORM 3D printing. View the entire article via our website.

3D Printing News Briefs: April 13, 2018


Reading our 3D Printing News Briefs won’t bring you any bad luck this Friday the 13th – just the latest goings-on in the 3D printing industry. We’ve got news on 3D printers and. View the entire article via our website.

Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing enter 3D printer material partnership with Elemetum 3D

3D Printing Industry

North Carolina-based hybrid manufacturing company Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing (KAM) has announced a partnership with additive manufacturing material developer Elementum 3D, headquartered in Colorado. Under the collaboration, Elementum 3D will supply KAM with previously unprintable advanced materials for additive manufacturing. In turn, KAM will use the advanced materials on its industrial additive manufacturing systems, such as […].

University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering and McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the Forefront of Additively Manufactured Biomedical Device Research

Additive Manufacturing

AMazing® : As we understand conventional scaffolds for medical use are typically processed using subtractive technologies and produced from an array of materials including synthetic or biologic, and either degradable or nondegradable.

North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME Launches National Science Foundation-Funded Blue Sky Competition

Additive Manufacturing

said Scott Smith, PhD, FSME, professor at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and a past president of NAMRI/SME. NAMRC – North American Manufacturing Research Conference of NAMRI/SME. DEARBORN, Mich.,

Desamanera Brings Large-Scale Stone 3D Printing to the US

3D Printing Industry

An Italian cousin company of Enrico Dini’s D-Shape, Desamanera SRL, is bringing its own interesting, large-scale 3D printing technology to the United States, through an exclusive agency agreement with ChemCognition LLC in North Carolina. 3D Printers 3D Printing Featured Materials

New 3D Bioprinter Uses Living Cells As ‘Ink’

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A team at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, located in Winston-Salen, North Carolina, has developed a new bioprinter called: “Integrated Tissue and Organ Printing System.”

Allegheny to Supply Aerospace with Nickel Superalloy for 3D Printing

3D Printing Industry

3D Printing Aerospace Industrial Materials Metal 3D Printing NewsBy Andrew Wheeler.

Dentsply Sirona and Carbon® Launch Lucitone Digital Print Denture Workflow and Material System, Taking Digital Dentistry to the Next Level

Additive Manufacturing

Dentsply Sirona, the largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies, and Carbon ® , the world’s leading digital manufacturing company, announced the launch of Lucitone Digital Print Denture workflow and material system today – optimized for the Carbon M-Series printers.

CRP Technology Unveils a New Polyamide Based Material

Additive Manufacturing

“When flexibility and strength cannot be compromised”: WINDFORM® FX BLACK, the new cutting-edge material for professional 3D Printing is here. WINDFORM® FX BLACK is a new generation polyamide based composite material with a dark black color. WINDFORM® Materials.

How service providers can meet your low-volume 3D printing needs

Leslie's Blog

–at least one or more additive manufacturing machines (such as stereolithography, extrusion, multi-jetting, various material laser sintering systems, and so on). –materials for all the equipment you have. In North Carolina, it offers additive manufacturing.

CRP Technology and Windform Materials Headline the JEC World 2017

Additive Manufacturing

End-users are definitely the focus of interest: This is JEC World, the show that covers the whole composites value chain from raw material to processors and final products. Automotive intake manifold is made from Windform® SP , composite polyamide based material carbon filled.

The Helping Hand Project: Changing Lives One Hand at a Time

The Solidworks Blog

But now The Helping Hand Project (The HHP), a nonprofit organization based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is using the latest advancements in 3D printing technology to make sure fewer children have to live life with such limitations.

Stratasys and SME Give Students Hands-On 3D Printing Experience, Helping Them Prepare for STEM-Related Careers

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Competition winners, Jonathan Burris and Eric Jackson of Moorseville High School in North Carolina work together on an iPhone redesign during the 1-hour Quick Challenge. Stratasys printed the car models in ABS material on the Stratasys uPrint SE Plus 3D Printer.

Stronger, Lighter, Cheaper

3D Perspectives

Industrial materials involve trade-offs. This is likely to happen, thanks to breakthroughs in new materials, many of which involve building the materials in innovative ways at the atomic level. Nature just puts raw materials where they’re needed most.

Zac Posen x GE Additive x Protolabs Unveil Breathtaking 3D Printing Collaboration at the Met Gala

Additive Manufacturing

The printing and finish of the rose gown took over 1,100 hours and was printed at Protolabs’ 3D printing facility in North Carolina, one of the largest in the world. The printing and finish of the palm leaves took over 56 hours and was printed at Protolabs in North Carolina.

CRP USA at the Small Satellite Conference, August 8-13, 2015, Logan, Utah, USA

Additive Manufacturing

CRP USA will be attending the Small Satellite Conference from 8th to 13th August in Logan, Utah to display the latest 3d-printed solutions for the space industry made in Windform , the polyamide-based materials reinforced with glass fibers or carbon fibers.

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Oerlikon Celebrates Opening of State-of-the-Art R&D and Production Facility

Additive Manufacturing

Pfäffikon, Schwyz, Switzerland & Huntersville, North Carolina, USA – May 29, 2019 – Oerlikon , a global provider of surface solutions, equipment, advanced materials and materials processing, today inaugurates its USD 55 million Innovation Hub & Advanced Component Production facility in Huntersville as part of its ongoing US growth strategy.

CRP USA Exhibitor with Energica Ego and Windform 3D Printing at the Luxury Technology Show 2015

Additive Manufacturing

The staff of CRP USA will be at the venue in order to show the latest innovation in the additive manufacturing with Windform materials. CRP USA will be exhibiting at the Luxury Technology Show in Hollywood Los Angeles, on September 30.

The latest advance in 3D printing: replacement teeth

3D Printing Review

For the Dutch researchers, the key step in developing the bacteria-fighting tooth was being able to find the right material to put inside the 3D printer. Bacteria-fighting plastic could be the future of dentistry. This dental replica was made using a 3D printer.

Come to Logan and Explore the Next Generation of Space Applications with CRP USA

Additive Manufacturing

CRP USA will be displaying cutting edge solutions for the space industry manufactured in the WINDFORM family of materials. CRP USA will show how the use of WINDFORM composite materials, originally developed for the motorsports industry , is now finding many uses in space exploration.

EBAM 2016 – 1st International Conference on Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

The 1st International Conference on Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing EBAM 2016 organized by the Chair of Metals Science and Technology ( WTM ) and the Cluster of Excellence of Advanced Materials ( EAM ), both institutions of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg , will take place in Nuremberg, Germany. Ola Harrysson North Carolina University, US. EBAM 2016, Nuremberg, Germany.

PRI 2016: Get Ready to be Amazed by the Latest Windform 3D Printed Solutions for Motorsports

Additive Manufacturing

CRP USA will be displaying the latest 3D printed solutions for the Automotive and Motorsports industries with Windform Additive Manufacturing materials and high-precision CNC machining, to the great interest of show attendees.

SME 2017 International Honor Awards Recognize Manufacturing Executives, Researchers

Additive Manufacturing

Ziegert , PhD, FSME, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina. Sargent Progress Award for his fundamental and applied research on additive manufacturing materials, their subsequent industrial use and the publications that share the associated knowledge.

Manufacturing Professionals Elevated to Prestigious SME College of Fellows

Additive Manufacturing

The 2016 honorees have made significant contributions to manufacturing, including additive manufacturing, aerospace engineering, manufacturing operations, material science, ultrasonic machining, biofuel manufacturing and sustainable manufacturing. By SME. DEARBORN, Mich.,

CRP Technology Launches Windform® RL: “Dare to be Flexible”

Additive Manufacturing

CRP Technology unveils a new durable thermoplastic elastomer material with exceptional rubber-like distinguishing features. Windform® RL is a durable thermoplastic elastomer material with exceptional rubber-like distinguishing features. Windform® Materials.

Push the Boundaries of Space Exploration With CRP USA at 2017 SmallSat Conference

Additive Manufacturing

They will be displaying cutting edge solutions for the space industry manufactured in the WINDFORM family of materials : Windform LX 2.0 , Windform XT 2.0 , Windform GT and Windform SP have passed outgassing tests that have been carried out at NASA.

Top 6 Reasons Universities Are Buying 3D Printers


Don’t get left behind in the race to buy a 3D printer! It is now one of the top products being budgeted for by universities. Students seeking jobs in a selection of occupations are being asked if they know and understand how to use 3D printers.

JC Steele Reinventing Manufacturing of Heavy Machinery and Tools with Large-Format Additive

Additive Manufacturing

Statesville (North Carolina), January 28th 2020 – One of today’s most innovative technologies is used to re-invent one of the oldest industrial techniques in the manufacturing of heavy machinery and tools.

NASA’s Dr. Jess Waller Receives ASTM/SES Painter Award for Work on Nondestructive Testing Standards

Additive Manufacturing

ASTM Committee E07 on Nondestructive Testing noted Waller’s many contributions in leading the development of standards for composite materials and aerospace materials over the last year. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.,

CRP USA to Attend ASME’s AM3D Conference and Exposition

Additive Manufacturing

With more than a decade of experience in 3D Printing and Advanced Manufacturing, CRP USA works alongside key industry leaders to manufacture functional prototype and end-use components from their WINDFORM family of high-performance composite materials. Based in Mooresville, North Carolina, CRP USA resides in the heart of the southern industrial and manufacturing hub, and is surrounded by growing Aerospace and Motorsports communities.

NAMRI SME Puts the Spotlight on Industry Researchers at 45th Annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference

Additive Manufacturing

David Dornfeld Manufacturing Vision Award Tony Schmitz, PhD, FSME, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina Presentation: “Biomemetic Manufacturing”. About NAMRC – North American Manufacturing Research Conference of NAMRI/SME. By SME.

ASME’s AM3D – Discover the ENGINEERING Behind Additive Manufacturing & 3D printing

Additive Manufacturing

Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Tuesday: Aug 23 AM at the Department of Defense, Printed Electronics, Materials, Hybrid Machines, Process Control. ASME’s Additive Manufacturing + 3D Printing Conference & Expo (AM3D ), is designed specifically for the Engineering community. We’ve customized a program around the product development process to highlight issues, challenges, and solutions associated with every step of the AM lifecycle. Charlotte Convention Center.

SME Announces Winners of the 2016 SkillsUSA Additive Manufacturing Competition

Additive Manufacturing

Each team designed a trading pin and catapult – printed onsite – to meet contest specifications including 3D print time, size, and material usage. Wilkesboro, North Carolina. By SME. DEARBORN, Mich.,